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Offline tim.8061

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Re: 2014 Street Triple R Dyno
« Reply #10 on: March 14, 2019, 09:00:30 PM »
OP quotes mileage as 62k so might not be in perfect condition .  . valve clearances, inlet tracts dirty, throttle balance, exhaust coked, cam chain stretch . . it all probably adds up or subtracts from ideal.

Also air pressure/temp/humidity will make a big difference especially in hot humid Asia. Mine feels a lot fitter on a crisp cool morning compared to a hot summer day. And also how well calibrated is the dyno?

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Re: 2014 Street Triple R Dyno
« Reply #11 on: March 14, 2019, 10:23:40 PM »
*Originally Posted by tim.8061 [+]
OP quotes mileage as 62k so might not be in perfect condition .  . valve clearances, inlet tracts dirty, throttle balance, exhaust coked, cam chain stretch . . it all probably adds up or subtracts from ideal.

Also air pressure/temp/humidity will make a big difference especially in hot humid Asia. Mine feels a lot fitter on a crisp cool morning compared to a hot summer day. And also how well calibrated is the dyno?


Valids points made, its getting hot and humid here during this time and my valve clearance will be coming up in another 5-6k of mileage.

Morning & night time are always the ideal time to ride as bike responds reasonably better and quicker

Well as for their dyno I got no idea on the accuracy except its pretty busy with and seldom empty
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Re: 2014 Street Triple R Dyno
« Reply #12 on: March 16, 2019, 03:59:19 PM »
i'm happy with my 105BHP at the rear wheel figure from a 2008 model  :305:

De-cat, Leo Vince Slip ons (baffles in), K+N Air Filter, Air Intake Mod and ECU Re-Flash by BSD. They use a proper dyno machine with great engineer (Mark Brewin) and give all the Bike Magazines and MCN figures, normally read lower than other dyno's.

Anyway, it's not about the Top BHP figures with the mighty 675, it's all about the Torque, Usability and NOISE!!!!!!!  :037: :037: :037:
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Re: 2014 Street Triple R Dyno
« Reply #13 on: March 16, 2019, 04:22:23 PM »
BSD are great arn't they? They did the forks on my 600 Hornet. Totally transformed the bike, got them to do a stage 1 tune on the carbs as well. That added a good few bhp as well.
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